Change course access time limits automatically
You can now use the “Change access time limits” option in your “Action” element to extend students' course access by a specific number of days.
Manually synchronize variables when transferring contacts
To ensure all of our services seamlessly integrate with our CRM system, we’ve added the option to manually synchronize variables when transferring contacts to your CRM. To manually synchronize your variables, click “Additional options” and specify the variable names you want to synchronize.
Edit the “Viber” element syntax in Automation 360
You can now edit the “Viber” element syntax by adding punctuation marks and line breaks to service messages.
New CRM triggers
You can now create automated flows triggered whenever a new task is added or its status is updated. On top of that, the "Action" element now allows you to automatically create new tasks or delete your existing ones based on pre-defined conditions.
The “Pause” element in Automation 360
Implement four different pause types to control how contacts progress through your flow and set a start time and condition for your next element.
New automation launch triggers based on your students’ actions
In Automation 360, you can now launch flows that get triggered when students sign up for your course, complete payments, finish your course, or meet all conditions to receive your course certificate.
Automated deal status change in the “Action” element of Automation 360
You can now automatically change the deal status for a contact progressing through your flow, allowing you to update their CRM statuses based on specific conditions. For instance, when your prospect abandoned their cart but ended up completing their purchase after receiving your reminder.
You can now filter flows by hours and minutes and specify dynamic variable values.
New events to stop your flow
You can now select several events that will stop your flow. For instance, you can stop your sales pipeline when your customer makes a purchase or adds a product to their cart.
New variable options
With the “Action” element, you can now add a variable to your mailing list by specifying another variable value. It can be applied to string values within the same mailing list.